Media School students produce original films, news and feature stories, broadcasts, video games, web designs, podcasts and more in hands-on skills courses. In addition to building key skills, these experiences add to the students’ portfolios, an important tool for job searching after graduation.
Below are some examples of work students have produced in Media School classes recently.
This team of students told the story of undocumented IUPUI students facing an uncertain future after president Donald Trump announced an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
For the assignment, students were challenged to conceptualize and create the sound design for the introduction to WTIU’s Full STEAM Ahead.
This team of students told the story of a Vincennes University student experiencing homelessness as part of the larger issue of homelessness among college students.
Students and faculty from The Media School collaborated with four other departments to create a cut scene for a video game using motion capture technology in the Beckley Studio.
SNAP. follows the life of a deaf man named Caleb dealing with his physical disorder from the time of his birth to growth into adulthood.
Captured is a point-and-click adventure game in which players try to uncover the truth behind mysterious disappearances of people and animals in a small, rural community.
This team of students reported on the rebuilding efforts of IU’s ballet department after it lost three professors in four months, leaving it with just one senior faculty member.